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Sextortion Sextortion Many people use webcams for business, gaming or to enhance their online chat experience but sometimes people you meet online aren't always who they say they are. Sextortion is a type of cyber-enabled extortion which involves the threat of sharing sexual information, images or clips to extort money from you, whether images actually exist or not.
You believe this to be a private act - but it is not. Chst offender, unbeknown to you the victim is recording everything that you do. Very soon afterwards the offender will threaten you.
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Be sensible when using the internet. Only activate your camera when you want to. Make sure it is 'off' at all times when not required. Never allow yourself to be duped into activity that you will later regret.
If using video chat apps, be alert to the fact that 'contacts' are not always who they say they are. If you allow a relationship to develop be guarded if unusual requests are made of you.
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If you use online chat rooms looking for a person to chat with - be careful about any relationship that you form and in particular if you are asked to transfer to a different chat platform. Some online chat rooms have a visual contact facility so chta you are looking for a person to chat with and allow a relationship to form - be guarded on what you say and do.
Relationships are quick to develop. End any that you are not comfortable with - stay in control of what you do.
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What to do if you're a victim of sextortion Do NOT panic. You have already taken the first big step by recognising you are the 'victim' in this and that you may require support to help you through this difficult time. The Police will take your case seriously, will deal with it in confidence, and you will not be judged Do NOT pay.
Although some victims who have scittish what the offenders have demanded and hear no more about it, many others who have paid have then continued to receive further and often increasing demands. In some cases, even when the demands have been met the offenders will still go on to post the videos or images anyway Do NOT communicate further with the offenders.
Obtain screen shots wcottish any communication, preserve evidence. Deactivate your social media and use the online reporting process to report the matter to the platform to have any video blocked and to set up an alert in case the video resurfaces. Deactivating the Facebook rather than shutting it down will ensure data is preserved and will assist law enforcement in obtaining evidence.
If the blackmail is occurring through a social network, also alert the administrator. Remember that you're the victim of organised criminals - you're not alone and confidential support is available.
You can get through this. Further help and support If this has happened to you and you're under 18 please talk to an adult that you trust. Whether you are a concerned Parent, a worried friend or or young person who has been affected by online sexual abuse you can report your concerns to CEOP.
If you have already reported your concern to your local statutory service, including children's social services or the police, you do not need to make a report to CEOP. Further information available HERE.